AT&T Raises Home Broadband Data Limit in Response to Increased Remote Work

AT&T Raises Home Broadband Data Limit in Response to Increased Remote Work

AT&T Raises Home Broadband Data Limit in Response to Increased Remote Work

After your first two free months expire, you can either cancel the service (which you can do at any time) or keep it as a regular paying Internet Essentials customer.

In Canada, there are more than 150 cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new virus.

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said after calls with more than 50 companies that they also agreed to waive any late fees residential or small business customers incur due to their economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic.

Rosenworcel's statement came as schools across the country canceled in-person classes in favor of online education.

(Gray News) - Two internet providers are offering assistance as many Americans are encouraged to stay at home during the coronavirus outbreak. This speed increase will ensure Internet Essentials customers can utilize their Internet service for all their increased needs as a result of this health crisis.

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Comcast also told Business Insider that will increase the speeds of its Essential internet service from 15/2 Mbps to 25/3 Mbps for all new and existing customers.

Comcast is offering its Internet Essentials program, normally available to qualified low-income customers for $9.95 per month, for free for 60 days to new customers, the company said.

"We remain vigilant in monitoring and managing network performance around the clock and are confident that our networks will perform well in adapting to any changes in consumer behavior that may result as a effect of a community's response to COVID-19", the organization added.

Motherboard also reported that a group of 17 senators sent a letter on Thursday to the CEOs of Comcast Cable, Charter Communications, AT&T, Verizon, Cox Communications, Sprint, CenturyLink and T-Mobile asking them to suspend data caps and throttling. It did not say how long the data caps will be suspended to its customers. The FCC is expected to share more details today, the report said.

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